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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishtypesettingtype‧set‧ting /ˈtaɪpˌsetɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  TCNthe job or activity of arranging type1(5) for printing computerized typesettingtypesetter noun [countable]typeset verb [transitive]
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typesettingThey are quiet and clean, fit on a desk top and will soon match the quality of print produced by typesetting.One advantage of computerized typesetting was the speed with which it could be learned.If this fault occurs during typesetting it should have been eliminated at the proof reading stage.True, the actual business of typesetting has been lost by printers to desk-top publishers.Plain paper typesetting is a term that crops up now and again in conjunction with desktop publishing.A company called Southwark Offset, in London, did the typesetting.But, for the next step, we need to move to typesetting.Eventually the price of such devices will fall and PostScript recorders will become the norm - just as they have with typesetting.
From Longman Business Dictionarytypesettingtype‧set‧ting /ˈtaɪpˌsetɪŋ/ noun [uncountable] the job or activity of arranging the letters, words etc on a page for printingPublishers have now switched over to computerized typesetting.typeset verb [intransitive, transitive]The article is typeset in two columns.
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